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Viewpoint & Interview
Date：Nov. 15, 2019 Category：Markets
Canada is working to diversify its canola seed sales, says Brian Innes, the Canola Council of Canada’s vice-president of public affairs.
Date：Oct. 22, 2019 Category：Markets
Western Canadian farmers have adopted pod shatter reduction canola faster than expected — and industry officials predict the innovation, which is as much about...
Date：Aug. 6, 2019 Category：Markets
Farmers can still shape their future contributions to cereal variety development, including possibly a new seed royalty system — but they must participate in t...
Date：Aug. 5, 2019 Category：Markets
Canada has made a “small amount” of new canola seed sales to China, but exports to Canada’s biggest canola customer aren’t back to normal.
Date：Jan. 22, 2019 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Four independent Canadian seed companies want western grain farmers to “get the facts” on a proposal for them to pay more royalties on new cereal seed to enco...
Date：Dec. 10, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Wheat needs more research money to compete with crops like canola. That’s the message organizers delivered at the first consultation meeting on two new propose...
Date：Dec. 4, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Some farmers are willing to pay more in royalties to encourage cereal crop breeding — but they don’t want to sign a blank cheque.
Date：Nov. 12, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Nobody likes paying more. But it’s also often said you get what you pay for. That’s the dilemma facing Canadian farmers being consulted about new options for ...
Date：Oct. 24, 2018 Category：Regulations
Agriculture Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency will be consulting with seed trade groups in the coming weeks on proposed Plant Breeders’ Rights Reg...
Date：Jul. 13, 2018 Category：Regulations
Cereal, speciality crop and fruit and vegetable growers are gearing up for a final attempt to convince Health Canada that eliminating most agricultural uses of ...
Date：Jul. 9, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
There might not be any commercial GM wheat in production in Canada — but most years there are at least some field trials.The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (C...
Date：Jun. 25, 2018 Category：Markets
The race is on to reassure Canadian wheat customers following the revelation genetically modified wheat was found last summer in Alberta.
Date：May. 8, 2018 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
It’s not time to panic on boscalid resistance, at least not north of the border.
Date：Apr. 11, 2016 Category：Markets
With seeding around the corner, distribution of Monsanto’s new Roundup Ready 2 Xtend soybeans to Canadian farmers is on hold, awaiting European Union (EU) appr...
Date：Apr. 18, 2014 Category：Products
Manitoba has its first official glyphosate-resistant weed, and as expected, it is kochia.
Date：Jul. 29, 2013 Category：Markets
The U.S. Drought Monitor, issued by state and federal climate experts, said dry conditions in the U.S. Midwest for the week ended Thursday, reached 18.94 per ce...
Date：Mar. 27, 2013 Category：Products
DuPont Crop Protection announced it has picked up a label extension for its Group 28 pesticide Altacor to control oblique-banded leafroller, three-lined leafrol...